Talk about one of the worst damn mistakes I’ve made in a long time.
I paid 5 bucks to watch a long ass (shitty ass) music video?
Man, that was the longest 96 minutes of my life.
I don’t know why I had so much faith in Harmony Korine, but I won’t make that kind of mistake again.
And speaking of Mr. Korine, there’s something that didn’t sit right with me during this entire viewing: The fact that your WIFE is the only main actress who gets naked. Not that I went to see the movie to see ass and titties but it was just so weird to think that the dude responsible for everything happening on screen told his wife to get naked and cry in a shower so he could film it and put it in a movie.
When I went into the movie it was around 5 o’clock and while I was sitting in there I felt like an eternity had gone by, until I stepped outside and saw the sun shining down in my face.
I tried to be patient with this movie, I really did. But I had lost my patience sometime before the second Britney Spears sing-a-long and sometime after James Franco’s riveting speech entitled “Look At My Shit.”
It won’t take you very long to realize that this movie is intentionally aimless if you watch it, but when you see the way it ends not only will you feel like you just watched an aimless music video, but one that didn’t make sense!
Plus, Gucci Mane never needs to act again.
This photo is the most appropriate way that I can sum up my experience with this movie:
I don’t know how many people went into this movie thinking “James Franco doesn’t make bad movies,” but come on. This movie was obviously a recipe for disaster, I mean, “soundtrack by skrillex” is practically a warning label.
If not that, then how about that tagline? “Party on, beaches.”
How about no?
I PUT TP LINK’S SCREAM IN THE WUB MACHINE
just press play
This is what listening to dubstep feels like.
Love the sound rips used, it really captures something from the source that would otherwise be missing.